Fan fiction writers give us Gabrielle/Uber’s hair in various stages of color length and texture. Early on there was the blonde hair that shows red highlights. Then as her appearance changed on the show, so did the way she looked in fan fiction. We got the long blonde hair, the short blonde hair and in an alternate universe, we got to see our bard with wavy hair. Which do I like the best? Hmm. . . I think she’s quite lovely in all of the styles, but I’ll have to admit that I will always be partial to the short blonde cut. Depending on the situation, she is either adorable or a total badass with that look.
Stories For Gabrielle/Uber Hair
For the strawberry blonde look I suggest Autumn Winds by Anne Azel.
Autumn Winds – 103 pages #1 in The Seasons Series
Robbie Williams was rich, famous, and powerful. She thought she was in complete control until she met Janet and her daughter Reb. Suddenly, Robbie’s world was way out of control!
For the long blonde look you should check out The Dylan Morgan Show by Jenny Frame
Dylan Morgan Show Season One by Jenny Frame – 290 pages #1 in the Dylan Morgan Series
Dylan Morgan is a successful TV star, and is famous all over the world. Unlike her TV persona, she is in fact an awkward loner, who struggles to relate and communicate with women. Estranged from her family, Dylan leads a lonely life. One night, while making her way home, she walks into a diner and her life is changed forever.
The short blonde style is seen in The Woman I Love by G. S. Binkley
The Woman I Love by G.S. Binkley – 110 pages #1 in the Woman I Love Series.
A beautiful television star on vacation with her family who meets a writer who in turn challenges and changes her life forever as she finds true love in a cabin on the lake.
And the wavy hair is Carson’s style in The Bluest Eyes in Texas by Linda Crist (Texbard)
The Bluest Eyes In Texas – 330 pages #1 in the Kennedy and Carson Series
Kennedy Nocona is an out, liberal, driven attorney, living in Austin, the heart of the Texas hill country. Once a finds herself in the position of re-evaluating her life – a position brought on by a personal tragedy for which she blames herself. Seeking redemption for her tormented past, she loses herself in her work, strict discipline of mind and body, and the teachings of Native American roots she once shunned.
Dallasite Carson Garret is a young paralegal overcoming the loss of her parents and coming to terms with her own sexual orientation. After settling her parents’ estate and examining her failed past relationships, she is desperately ready to move forward. Bored with her state of affairs, she longs for excitement and romance to make her feel alive again.
A chance encounter finds them inexplicably drawn to one another, and after a weekend together, they quickly find themselves in a long distance romance that leaves them both wanting more. Circumstances at Carson’s job develop into a series of mysteries and blackmail attempts that leaves her with more excitement than she ever bargained for. Confused, afraid, and alone, she turns to Kennedy, the one person she knows can help her. As they work together to solve a puzzle, they confront growing feelings that neither woman can deny, complicated by outside forces that threaten to crush them both.